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David Nelson wrote:

Oh, sure, but Michael seemed to feel that this might be better
discussed in a private session? Would that be the intention? I can
sort-of understand that, given the kind of debate that might ensue?

I don't see why this should be a private discussion.

Screenshots usually have two main objectives:

1. Show the process for getting to a result through a combination of different features (inside manuals and how to documents)

2. Show the appearance of a new feature (for announcements of new releases)

In these two cases, screenshots are platform agnostic, provided that a feature is available on all platforms.

For a limited (I hope) amount of time, we need to have Windows screenshots in order to show to the external world that LibreOffice runs on Windows (something that should not be necessary, if the outside world was made of normal people, but we have some extraordinary people who hint that LibreOffice is mainly a Linux product, because of the relationship between SUSE and Microsoft, which is a total nonsense, and are actively promoting this insane concept).

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